Ratification of amendments to the Constitution is a power of the?
The main body of the Constitution are the Amendments.
They are not laws, they are amendments to the U.S. constitution. 10, specifically. It's what people refer to when they say, "I plead the fifth." (Fifth amendment)
42 people signed it
to give people rights.
The Amendments were written to protect the states and the people from a too-powerful federal government.
The amendments included Blacks, Mexicans, Asians, and women who were not considered people
The first ten amendments are the "Bill of Right".
By letting them choice their life or religion.
The Bill Of Rights is part of the Constitution of the United States Of AmericaMore specifically, it is the first ten Amendments to the United States Constitution. The 10 Amendments in the Bill of Rights were written together to protect the rights that the founding fathers wanted all US citizens to have.
The Constitution of the United States was specifically designed to be flexible to the needs of the people. The writers recognized that society would not always be the same and that they were not putting down the law for all time in the original constitutional convention. The individual amendments were all included for different reasons. Some of the most notable were the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments. These in effect ended slavery, gave African Americans citizenship, and attempted to guarantee them the right to vote.
The Constitution has been amended by adding the Bill of Rights (amendments 1-10) and adding amendments 11-27.